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. the airport is 58. 61 downtown at the maryland science center and northeast wind at 15 miles per hour and winds will pick up through the day today but if you have stuff to do outside today, this is still a good day to get prepared and go out and do stuff. plotted some of the strongest wind gusts, we had a 20 mile-per-hour gust at the airport, 36 mile-per-hour gust in ocean city, getting close to storm force there but around baltimore, winds should stay between 10 and 25 miles per hour during the day today with off-and-on rain showers. there is heavy rain showing up on the radar. these are the outer bands of the hurricane. light showers around baltimore, the rain will pick up in coverage as we head through the day today but should not be a big deal today. the latest satellite imagery of sandy, a healthy hurricane, sustained winds 75 miles per hour, category one storm. the pressure has dropped a little bit over the last couple of hours and may be transitioning into a nor'easter. we have been talking about that a lot. this is one of the computer models i agree with as far as the track an
now, sprinkles here and there, no big deal. 59 at the airport and 62 at the maryland science center. a breezy day today but strongest coming in tomorrow, winds staying between 10 and 20 miles per hour during the day today. temperatures won't move much, upper 60's, -- upper 50's, low 60's. i've plotted some of the strongest wind guests as of the last hour. winds gusting close to 40 at the beach later on today and ava marie is down there. radar picking up heavy rain, outer bands of the storm that's way down to our south but along the delaware line on the eastern shore, heavy rain going on. sprinkles around baltimore and i suspect it will stay that way the next couple of hours but heavier rain shifting towards baltimore later today. here's the latest satellite imagery on sandy, a healthy looking storm, nice banding features, wrapping around the center so sustained winds still 75 miles per hour and it is technically still a hurricane. it's a few hundred miles off the coast of the carolinas. this is a gigantic storm with a huge wind field, 400 to 500 miles across. we will get into it eit
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